bj medical faculty: ‘bjmc Charged 1l As Internship Charges’ | Ahmedabad Information


Ahmedabad: MBBS college students at BJ Medical School (BJMC) have alleged that the school charged them Rs 1 lakh for his or her internships and violated the Obligatory Rotating Medical Internship 2021 (CRMI) guidelines in doing so. In addition they allege that the school administration has not paid them stipends, additionally a violation of CRMI guidelines.
Sources stated 135 MBBS college students wrote to the dean of the government-run BJ Medical School, saying that the administration charged them Rs 1 lakh every for his or her internships. They’ve demanded refunds.
In a notification issued on Could 19, the Nationwide Medical Fee (NMC), the central regulatory physique for medical schooling, advised government-run and self-financed medical faculties to not cost internship charges from international and Indian medical college students.
“It has been delivered to the discover of NMC from varied sources that some medical faculties, institutes throughout the nation are charging internship charges from interns, Indian and international medical graduates and are additionally not paying them stipends,” the notification stated. The BJMC college students have additionally demanded stipend arrears.
Nevertheless, the school administration stated it has not violated any guidelines and charged college students in accordance with a state authorities notification.
“In keeping with the state authorities notification issued in 2006, faculties have been clearly instructed to cost Rs 1 lakh for college students who’ve studied overseas and are doing internships at native faculties. Furthermore, these college students have been admitted within the non-stipend class, so they aren’t eligible for stipends,” stated Kalpesh Shah, dean of BJ Medical School.
Shah added that the Could 19 notification of NMC doesn’t apply to those college students as they have been admitted in January.


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